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[texts]The Vision of the People's House - Eugene V. Debs (1855-1926)
"The Vision of the People's House," by Eugene V. Debs First published in The New York Call, vol. 10, no. 245 (Sept. 2, 1917), pg. 8. After cheering a purported "rebound of American labor under the swift, sharp strokes of rapidly advancing militarism in the first weeks of the war," venerable Socialist Party founder Gene Debs salutes the new "People's House" in New York City, permanent home of the Rand School of Social Science...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party of the United States of America; SPUSA; SP-USA; socialism; social democracy; Marxism; Rand School of Social Science; New York City
Downloads: 18
[texts]The Immigration Question (Dec. 1910) - Ernest Untermann (1864-1956)
"The Immigration Question" by Ernest Untermann Social-Democratic Herald [Milwaukee], vol. 13, no. 32, whole no. 645 (Dec. 10, 1910), pg. 2. With its defeated majority report calling for continued "Asiatic exclusion" in America coming under fire in Karl Kautsky's influential theoretical magazine Die Neue Zeit [The New Times], chairman of the Socialist Party of America's Committee on Immigration Ernest Untermann here again issues a defense of the policy in the pages of Victor Berger's Social-Democ...
Keywords: Immigration -- United States; Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; Asiatic exclusion; racism; immigration
Downloads: 63
[texts]Organize or Pay - Adolph Germer (1881-1966)
Organize or Pay! by Adolph Germer Socialist Party of America Organization Leaflet No. 1 January 1917 This, the first in a series of "Organization Leaflets" by the Socialist Party of America, could be one of the most banal pieces of propaganda literature in the history of the American socialist movement. SPA Executive Secretary Germer notes that some of his readers might have voted for the Democratic Presidential nominee, fearing the Republicans; others the Republican, fearing the Democrats...
Keywords: Socialism--United States; Marxism; Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; inflation; price fixing
Downloads: 7
[texts]Recent Progress of the Socialist and Labor Movements in the United States - Morris Hillquit (1869-1933)
Recent Progress of the Socialist and Labor Movements in the United States: Report of Morris Hillquit, Representative of the Socialist Party at the International Socialist Bureau, to the International Socialist Congress, Held at Stuttgart, Germany, August 18, 1907. by Morris Hillquit Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co., 1907. Rare pamphlet "published under the direction of the National Executive Committee of the Socialist Party" by pioneer American Marxist publisher Charles H...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party of the United States of America; SPUSA; SP-USA; socialism; social democracy; Marxism; American Federation of Labor; AFL; AF of L; Socialist International; Second International
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[texts]A Democracy of Its Own - Milwaukee's Socialisms - Edward A. Benoit, III
"A Democracy of Its Own: Milwaukee's Socialisms, Difference and Pragmatism," by Edward A. Benoit, III Masters Thesis, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee August 2009 Contents: Introduction...................................... pg. 1 1. Victor L. Berger............................. pg. 26 2. Emil Seidel.................................... pg. 61 3. Daniel Hoan.................................. pg. 87 Conclusion..........................................
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party of the United States of America; SPUSA; SP-USA; socialism; social democracy; Marxism; syndicalism; Milwaukee; Wisconsin; Victor L. Berger; Emil Seidel; Daniel Hoan; Dan Hoan; labor movement; trade unions
Downloads: 38
[texts]The Debs Caucus: A Party Within the Party (Dec. 1970) - Rob W. Tucker (1931-2009)
"The Debs Caucus: A Party Within the Party" by Rob Tucker Brief participant's history of the "Debs Caucus" faction of the Socialist Party of America, a grouping based in Wisconsin which emerged in 1973 as the Socialist Party, USA. Rob Tucker was born on May 7, 1931, in Selingsgrove, PA, and died on February 26, 2009. In 1961 he wrote the integral work "The Case for Socialized Medicine". He was the editor of the 1960 Socialist Party platform...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party of the United States of America; SPUSA; SP-USA; Debs Caucus; Socialist Party of Wisconsin; David McReynolds; Rob Tucker; R.W Tucker; radicalism; socialism; social democracy; democratic socialism
Downloads: 103
[texts]Building The Social Democratic Party - Emil Seidel (1864-1947)
"Building the Social Democratic Party," by Emil Seidel Excerpt from a memoir completed in 1944. Short excerpt from a previously unpublished memoir by the Socialist Mayor of Milwaukee, Emil Seidel, dealing with the socialist movement in that city at the end of the 19th Century. Seidel tells the tale of his membership in Branch 1 of the Social Democratic Party of America, where the Pennsylvania-born but culturally German Seidel came into contact with socialists of "purely native stock" such as Fre...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party of the United States of America; SPUSA; SP-USA; socialism; social democracy; Marxism; syndicalism; Milwaukee; Wisconsin; Victor L. Berger; Emil Seidel; labor movement; trade unions
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[texts]International Socialist Review Vol. 18 - (1917-18) - Charles H. Kerr
International Socialist Review Vol. 18 - (July 1917-February 1918) Edited by Charles H. Kerr and Mary Marcy Published by Charles H. Kerr & Co., Chicago Final volume of the glossy magazine regarded as one of the most important American Socialist journals of the first two decades of the 20th Century. During the period of American participation in World War I the ISR ran afoul of Postmaster General Burleson and the Woodrow Wilson administration and was effectively suppressed...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party of the United States of America; SPUSA; SP-USA; socialism; social democracy; Marxism; syndicalism; Industrial Workers of the World; IWW; syndicalism; revolutionary socialism; labor movement; trade unions
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[texts]History of the 1913 Secession in the Socialist Party of Washington - Bostrom, Frans
History of the 1913 Secession in the Socialist Party of Washington by Frans Bostrom, State Secretary Published by the Socialist Party of Washington, March 1914 This extremely rare 16 page pamphlet details the factional politics dividing the Washington state organization of the Socialist Party of America between 1911 and 1913. Bostrom, State Secretary from September 1909, details the way in which the party's Right Wing, headed by Dr...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; Socialism -- United States; Socialist Party of Washington; SPW
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[texts]Constitution of the Socialist Party of Washington - 1901 - Socialist Party of Washington
Constitution of the Socialist Party of Washington, 1901 Constitution of the Socialist Party of Washington - 1901 Adopted by membership referendum, November 15, 1901 As published in "The Socialist" (Seattle), whole no. 70 (Dec. 8, 1901), pg. 4 First constitution of the Socialist Party of Washington, state affiliate of the Socialist Party of America (founded August 1901). Hand typed from the original article by Tim Davenport, making silent corrections for style...
Keywords: Socialism--History; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party USA; Socialist Party; SPA; SPUSA; Socialist Party of Washington; SPW; radicalism
Downloads: 54
[texts]Nationalism -- A Cause of War - David P. Berenberg (1890-1974)
"Nationalism -- A Cause of War," by David P. Berenberg First published in The New York Call, vol. 10, no. 294 (Oct. 21, 1917), Sunday magazine section, pg. 6. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain A though provoking, albeit short, theoretical essay by David Berenberg, an instructor at the Rand School of Social Science. Berenberg, a committed "International Socialist," attempts to integrate the notion of nationalism into Marxist thinking about the root causes of war...
Keywords: Socialism--United States; Marxism; Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; militarism; nationalism; internationalism; socialist theory; historical materialsm
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[texts]Our New Editor: Patrick L. Quinlan (1921) - Patrick L. Quinlan (1883-1948)
Our New Editor: Patrick L. Quinlan Originally published in The New Age [Buffalo, NY], vol. 10, whole no. 475 (Sept. 29, 1921), pg. 1. This front page article in the mainline (not Left Wing) Buffalo Socialist Party weekly The New Age announces the hiring of a new editor for the publication -- Patrick L. Quinlan. A short sketch of some of Quinlan's activities is included, including membership as a young man in the Independent Labour Party, membership in the Socialist Labor Party of America, charte...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; Industrial Workers of the World; IWW; syndicalism; socialism; trade unions; 1913 Paterson Silk Strike; New Jersey history; syndicalism
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[texts]C P A Official Bulletin 1 Circa May 1921 - Communist Party of America
Official Bulletin No. 1 of the unified Communist Party of America, circa May 28, 1921 This document was issued by the unified Communist Party of America to inform its members of the party's formal formation by merger of the old Communist Party of America and the United Communist Party at the secret convention of May 15-28, 1921. The gathering was held outdoors near the premises of the Overlook Mountain House hotel, outside of Woodstock, New York...
Keywords: Communist Party of America; Communist Party USA; Communist Party; CPA; CPUSA; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; American radicalism; radical publications; communism
Downloads: 80
[texts]Socialist Clarity - March 1937 - Herbert Zam (Ed)
Socialist Clarity magazine debut issue of March 1, 1937 Herbert Zam, editor "Organ of Revolutionary Socialism in the Socialist Party. For Internal Party circulation only." Produced by the left wing "Clarity Caucus" of the Militant faction of the Socialist Party of America. CONTENTS: Gus Tyler: "For a United Party of Revolutionary Struggle" Frank N. Trager: "An Organizational Draft for Our Party" Ben Fischer: "Our Face to the Masses" Editorial: "Who Hinders Left Wing Unity?" Ernest Erber: "Labor ...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; Clarity caucus; Militant faction; Socialism -- United States; Gus Tyler; Frank N Trager; Ernest Erber
Downloads: 66
[texts]For The Record (1973) - Social Democrats, USA
"For the Record: The Report by the Social Democrats, USA on the Resignation of Michael Harrington and his Attempt to Split the American Socialist Movement." by Social Democrats, USA Published in the second half of 1973 Factional document of Social Democrats, USA (SDUSA), the majority faction of the Socialist Party of America against former National Co-Chair Michael Harrington, who resigned first his title and then his party membership...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Social Democracy -- United States; Social Democrats USA; SDUSA; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; Socialist Party of America; SPA; Carl Gershman; Tom Kahn; Michael Harrington
Downloads: 98
[texts]The Tour of the Red Special (1908) - Charles Lapworth
"The Tour of the Red Special" by Charles Lapworth Published in International Socialist Review, vol. 9, no. 6 (December 1908), pp. 401-415. Copiously illustrated participant's memoir of Eugene V. Debs' memorable 1908 Presidential campaign, during which a special train was chartered and toured coast-to-coast in support of the Socialist Party of America's electoral program and ticket. Lapworth indicates that SPA Executive Secretary J...
Keywords: Socialism--History; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party USA; Socialist Party; SPA; SPUSA; radicalism; Eugene V. Debs; A.M. Simons; J. Mahlon Barnes; Seymour Stedman; 1908 Presidential campaign
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[texts]National Constitution of the Socialist Party - Socialist Party of America
National Constitution of the Socialist Party Executive Secretary: Leon Greenbaum Published in St. Louis, MO by the Socialist Party of America, 1902. Extremely rare first version of the national constitution of the Socialist Party of America, with full original text plus text of first amendment, dated April 12, 1902. As National Secretary Leon Greenbaum was replaced by the National Committee at its January 1903 annual meeting, this leaflet can be dated with precision to 1902, not before April 12...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of the United States of America; SPA; SPUSA; radicalism; revolutionary socialism; reformism
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[texts]Application of the Socialist Party of America to the Comintern - 12 March 1920 - Otto Branstetter
Application of the Socialist Party of America to the Comintern, March 12, 1920 by Executive Secretary Otto Branstetter 1. Letter to Grigorii Zinoviev, President of the Communist International 2. Published text of the "Minority Resolution" on International Affiliation, passed by referendum vote of the members of the SPA following the 1919 Emergency National Convention. 3. Draft of a cover letter to by Branstetter to Grigorii Zinoviev attempting to win approval of the bona fides of the Socialist P...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; Socialism -- United States; Comintern; Communist International; Otto Branstetter; Grigorii Zinvoviev; Gregory Zinoviev; Grigory Zinoviev
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[texts]Socialist News Nov 1919 - W.E. "Bud" Reynolds (editor)
Socialist News [Cleveland], volume 5, whole no. 256 (November 1, 1919). Formerly the official organ of Local Cleveland, Socialist Party of America, this publication raised a new flag briefly in the Fall of 1919 as the organ of "The Communist Party of Cleveland and Vicinity."

Microfilm of The Cleveland Socialist News (1914-1919) is through the New York Public Library. Unfortunately, this material terminates in April 1919, shortly before the suspension of the Socialist Party of Ohio from the ...
Keywords: Communist Party of America; Communist Party USA; Communist Party; CPA; CPUSA; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; American radicalism; radical publications; communism
Downloads: 118
[texts]The Right of Criticism - Morris Hillquit (1869-1933)
"The Right of Criticism: Address in Defense of The Call Before Assistant Postmaster General Dockery, Washington, DC -- October 15, 1917." by Morris Hillquit First published as âThe Call Answers Postoffice Attempts to Apply Gag; Hillquit Makes Stirring Address for Free Press,â in The New York Call, vol. 10, no. 294 (Oct. 21, 1917), pp. 8, 5. Published in the USA before 1923, public domain. During the final days of his campaign for Mayor of New York City, Socialist Party attorney took time to tr...
Keywords: Socialism--United States; Marxism; Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; conscription; Albert S. Burleson; censorship; political dissent; militarism; anti-militarism; postal regulations
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[texts]C P A Official Bulletin 2 Circa 15 Aug 1921 - Communist Party of America, Section of the Communist International
Organizational newsletter of the unified Communist Party of America, officially known as the "Communist Party of America, Section of the Communist Internantional." This is the second of two typeset issues called thee "Official Bulletin" of the group. This issue contains an extensive summary of the decisions of the governing Central Executive Committee of the organization, including the rulings on the question of membership transfers to Soviet Russia and the membership status of Harry Moore Wicks...
Keywords: Communist Party of America; Communist Party USA; Communist Party; CPA; CPUSA; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; American radicalism; radical publications; communism
Downloads: 106
[texts]How I Became A Socialist Agitator - Kate Richards O'Hare (1877-1948)
"How I Became A Socialist Agitator" by Kate Richards O'Hare Published in Socialist Woman, October 1908, pp. 4-5. Autobiographical sketch by professional Socialist organizer and journalist Kate Richards O'Hare about her early life and decision to live the life of a touring radical agitator. Beginning life on the ranch of a reasonably successful Kansas rancher, O'Hare recalls that the economic crisis of 1887 caused her family to lose its Kansas homestead and forced her father to become a wage-work...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; Populism; Socialism -- United States; Socialism -- Kansas; radicalism; Mother Jones; Appeal to Reason; J.A. Wayland
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[texts]International Socialist Review - Vol. 2 No. 4 - Oct 1901 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
International Socialist Review Vol. 2, No. 4 (October 1901) Socialist theoretical journal published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. CONTENTS: Unsigned (A.M. Simons) -- Anarchy vs. Socialism -- pg. 241-250 (pdf pp. 1-10) Louis Bertrand -- Cooperative Movement in Belgium [pt. 1] -- pp. 251-262 (pdf pp. 11-21) "Catholicus" -- A Catholic View of Socialism -- pp. 262-264 (pdf pp. 22-24) Alessandro Schlavi -- Trade Unionism and Socialism in Italy -- pp....
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Charles H. Kerr & Co; Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; A.M. Simons; Max S. Hayes; Ernest Untermann; Charles H. Kerr; Caroline H. Pemberton
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[texts]Socialist Party of America Membership 1903-1932 - Socialist Party of America
Official membership series of the Socialist Party of America, 1903-1932 This document, published for internal use of the party's National Executive Committee, details the official series of average monthly paid memberships for the Socialist Party of America. Covered are the years 1903 (the first year for which centralized dues records were maintained) through the first 10 months of 1932 (the peak of interest in the Norman Thomas Presidential election campaign of that year)...
Keywords: Socialism--History; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party USA; Socialist Party; SPA; SPUSA; Proletarian Party of America; Proletarian Party; PPA; Communism; Workers University; Communist Party of America; Communist Party USA; CPA; CPUSA; John Keracher; The Proletarian
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[texts]International Socialist Review - Vol. 2 No. 1 - July 1901 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
International Socialist Review vol. 2, no. 1 (July 1901) Socialist theoretical journal published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. CONTENTS: J. Stitt Wilson -- Christianity and Paganism (A Reply) -- pp. 1-13 Leonard D. Abbott -- A Socialist Wedding [Rand-Herron] -- pp. 14-20 Ernest Crosby -- Fair Play [poem] -- pg. 20 George D. Herron -- Letter to Grinnell Church Committee, May 24, 1901 -- pp. 21-28 Frederick Irons Bamford -- The Trade Unionist [poem] -- pg...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Radicalism -- United States; Charles H. Kerr & Co; Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; A.M. Simons; Carrie Rand; George D. Herron; Gustav Bang; Walter Thomas Mills; Max S. Hayes; F.G.R. Gordon; Ernest Untermann
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[texts]International Socialist Review - Vol. 2 No. 5 - Nov 1901 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
International Socialist Review Vol. 2, No. 5 (November 1901) Socialist theoretical journal published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. CONTENTS: Clarence S. Darrow -- The Problem of the Negro [speech of 5/19/01] -- pp. 321-335 (pdf pp. 1-15) Ella Wheeler Wilcox -- Count Rumford and Our Unemployed -- pp. 336-339 (pdf pp. 16-19) Louis Bertrand -- The Cooperative Movement in Belgium [part 2] -- pp. 340-350 (pdf pp...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Charles H. Kerr & Co; Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; A.M. Simons; Max S. Hayes; Ernest Untermann; Charles H. Kerr; Caroline H. Pemberton; Clarence S. Darrow; Parvus; Alexander Helphand
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[texts]Formation of the Proletarian Party of America, Part 1 - Tim Davenport
Formation of the Proletarian Party of America, 1913-1923: Part 1: John Keracher's Proletarian University and the Establishment of the Communist Party of America" by Tim Davenport First installment of a two-part study of the origins of the Proletarian Party of America, lead by Scottish emigrant John Keracher. Originating in the city of Detroit, the revolutionary socialist Keracher "Proletarian University" faction won control of the Socialist Party of Michigan in 1918 and lead the organization on ...
Keywords: Socialism--History; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party USA; Socialist Party; SPA; SPUSA; Proletarian Party of America; Proletarian Party; PPA; Communism; Workers University; Communist Party of America; Communist Party USA; CPA; CPUSA; John Keracher; The Proletarian
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[texts]Story of the British Labor Party - Morris Hillquit
The Story of the British Labor Party by Morris Hillquit Chicago: Socialist Party, n.d. (1923) Socialist Party propaganda leaflet by Morris Hillquit. Only one copy listed in OCLC WorldCat, located at the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, Netherlands, which dated the piece to 1924 based upon content. Material was actually first published in the official SP monthly "The Socialist World" [Chicago], vol...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party of the United States; SPUS; Socialist Party of the United States of America; SPUSA; British Labour Party; Labor Party; Labour Party; third parties; American politics; radicalism; socialism; progressive movement
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[texts]International Socialist Review - Vol. 2 No. 2 - Aug 1901 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
International Socialist Review vol. 2, no. 2 (August 1901) Socialist theoretical journal published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. CONTENTS: B.H. Brumberg -- Tolstoy and Socialism -- pp. 81-93 (pdf pp. 1-13) Hubert Lagardelle -- French Socialism and the Lyons Congress -- pp. 94-103 (pdf pp. 14-23) Peter E. Burrowes -- Paganism versus Sociallism -- pp. 104-111 (pdf pp. 24-31) A.M. Simons -- The Detroit Conference -- pp...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Charles H. Kerr & Co; Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; A.M. Simons; Max S. Hayes; Ernest Untermann; George D. Herron; Charles H. Kerr; Peter E. Burrowes; Caroline H. Pemberton
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[texts]The Question of Party Tactics - C.W. Barzee; Frans Bostrom
"The Question of Party Tactics: A Joint Discussion of Party Affairs between C.W. Barzee of Portland, Former State Secretary of the Socialist Party of Oregon and Frans Bostrom of Tacoma, Former State Secretary of the Socialist Party of Washington." First published in The Washington Socialist, [Everett], whole no. 220 (March 25, 1915), pg. 4. The factional war within the Socialist Party of Washington was in 1915 one of the most greatest battles within the Socialist Party of America between its "co...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of the United States of America; SPA; SPUSA; Socialist Party of Oregon; Socialist Party of Washington; radicalism; revolutionary socialism; reformism
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[texts]Joining The Socialist Movement - Emil Seidel (1864-1947)
"Joining the Socialist Movement" by Emil Seidel Excerpt from a memoir completed in 1944. Short excerpt from a previously unpublished memoir by the Socialist Mayor of Milwaukee, Emil Seidel, dealing with the socialist movement in that city during the decade of the 1890s. Seidel notes that he was brought into a non-party socialist club called the Vereinigung [Association] by a foreman at the metal fabrication plant where he worked...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; Populism; Socialism -- United States; Socialism -- Wisconsin; Social-Democratic Party of Wisconsin; radicalism; Victor L. Berger; Eugene V. Debs; American Railway Union; ARU
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[texts]The Crisis in the Communist Party - James Casey
The Crisis in the Communist Party by James Casey Published by Three Arrows Press, New York, circa late Nov. 1936. Full pamphlet by Socialist Party partisan James Casey criticizing from the left the new "People's Front" line of the Communist Party USA. The People's Front represented a fundamental departure from "the fundamental teachins of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels" as well as disowning "in deeds, if not yet in words, all of the preachings and hopes of Nicolai Lenin, great interpreter of Mar...
Keywords: Marxism -- United States; revolutionary socialism; Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; Communist Party of America; CPA; Communist Party USA; Earl Browder; revisionism; People's Front; Popular Front
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[texts]Socialist Convene for 10th Convention (May 1922) - Pat Quinlan, Editor, The New Age
"Socialists Convene: National Party Meet and Affiliate with Vienna -- Partyâs Stand Reviewed -- Debs Sends Greetings." The New Age [Buffalo, NY], vol. 10, whole no. 506 (May 4, 1922), pg. 4. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. Detailed report from the Socialist press about the 10th National Convention of the Socialist Party of America, opened in Cleveland on April 29, 1922. The article notes that Morris Hillquit had been elected chairman of the gathering for the 9th time of the 10 co...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party of the United States; SPUS; Socialist Party of the United States of America; SPUSA; 10th Convention; Cleveland; Morris Hillquit; Otto Branstetter; American politics; radicalism; socialism; progressive movement
Downloads: 54
[texts]International Socialist Review - Vol. 2 No. 3 - Sept 1901 - Algie Martin Simons (ed.)
International Socialist Review vol. 2, no. 3 (September 1901) Socialist theoretical journal published in Chicago by Charles H. Kerr & Co. CONTENTS: Charles Verecque -- The Children of the Working Class and the Parti Ouvrier Francais -- pp. 161-176 (pdf pp. 1-16) "Mother" Jones -- A Picture of American Freedom in West Virginia -- pp. 177-179 (pdf pp. 17-19) Caroline H. Pemberton -- The Labor Problem in South Africa -- pp...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; Charles H. Kerr & Co; Socialist Party of America; SPA; SPUSA; A.M. Simons; Max S. Hayes; Ernest Untermann; Charles H. Kerr; Caroline H. Pemberton; Mother Jones; Sen Katayama; National Education Association
Downloads: 89
[texts]Is Hoover Bringing Russia Food or Reaction? - A.C. Freeman
"Is Hoover Bringing Russia Food or Reaction?" by A.C. Freeman New York Call Magazine, Aug. 7, 1921, pp. 1, 11. This article in the weekly magazine section of the New York Call questions Herbert Hoover's recent announcement that the American Relief Administration would begin work feeding starving children in Soviet Russia. Freeman notes that the previous policy of Hoover's ARA had been "millions for counterrevolutionary emigres, but not one cent for the starving children of Soviet Russia" and tha...
Keywords: American Relief Administration; ARA; American Foreign Aid; Starvation Relief; 1921 Russian Famine; Radical Critiqués of American Foreign Policy; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party USA; SPA; SPUSA; American Marxism; Marxism; Radicalism; Dissent
Downloads: 136
[texts]Socialist Stagnation - A.M. Simons
"Socialist Stagnation: Are Spies in High Offices Succeeding in Disrupting the Socialist Party?" by Algie Martin Simons Published in Modern Magazine [Chicago], vol. 1, no. 2 (October 1909), pp. 25-32. With editorial by Peyton Boswell, "What is the Matter?" The failure of the 1908 "Red Special" campaign of Eugene V. Debs and Benjamin Hanford to garner more than a million votes was the cause of much consternation and navel-gazing among some of the Socialist Party faithful...
Keywords: Socialist Party of America; SPA; Socialist Party USA; SPUSA; Socialism -- United States; Algie Martin Simons; A.M. Simons; espionage; police spies; government agents; sabotage; International Socialist Review; Charles H. Kerr & Co
Downloads: 96
[texts]Our Aims in the War - John Spargo
"Our Aims in the War: An Address Delivered by John Spargo at Minneapolis, Minn., September 5, 1917, under the Auspices of the American Alliance for Labor and Democracy." The anti-war organization the People's Council of America for Democracy and Peace planned a national conference which was to begin September 1, 1917, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. State and local officials intervened, however, forcing a hurried move of the meeting to Chicago...
Keywords: Socialism -- United States; American Alliance for Labor and Democracy; AALD; American Federation of Labor; AFL; AF of L; People's Council of America; People's Council of America for Democracy and Peace; John Spargo; Socialist Party of America; Socialist Party of the United States of America; SPA; SPUSA; social democracy; social democrats; socialism; social-patriotism
Downloads: 91
[texts]Felix De Aziia - Povestea Unui Idiot Spusa De El Insusi 08 (pdf, carte, read online or download)
Felix De Aziia - Povestea Unui Idiot Spusa De El Insusi 08 Romanian Book. Aceasta carte face parte din Colectia 10.000 de carti. Puteti downloada aici un fisier zip cu intreaga colectie 10.000 de carti (2 GB) sau puteti alege doar cartea dorita. Aici puteti accesa toate cartile din colectie. Site-ul colectiei: http://indexofcarti.wordpress.com/.
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